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Pac-10 power rankings

Post by Don Ruiz / The News Tribune on Oct. 31, 2007 at 7:06 pm with No Comments »
October 31, 2007 7:06 pm

Sorry for the lack of news today … I was traveling for Pac-10 men’s basketball media day Thursday.


I might yet get a few notes from Ty Willingham’s afternoon press briefing, but meanwhile, here are this week’s power rankings… with a new team at the bottom.


1 Arizona State 8-0, 5-0. One of five unbeatens nationally, and only one in conference play.


2 Oregon 7-1, 4-1. GameDay returns to Eugene … Ducks must be doing something right.


3 USC 6-2, 3-2. Defense unlikely to win this season’s Pac-10 championship.


4 California 5-3, 2-3. Tedford has raised bar high enough where this feels like a flop.


5 Oregon State 5-3, 3-2. Three of next four on the road … all except UW game.


6 UCLA 5-2, 4-1. Seven-game league win streak ended hard in Pullman.


7 Arizona 3-6, 2-4. QB Tuitama’s 517 total yards at UW third best in Pac-10 history.


8 Stanford 3-5, 2-4. Have already matched ’06 interception total and have almost doubled sacks.


9 Washington State 3-5, 1-4. WR Bumpus four catches from school career record.


10 Washington 2-6, 0-5. Needed a win, got a kick in the gut instead.

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